Islamization of the Sciences by Jafaar Idris

Mainstream media depicts Islam as a backward religion whose followers are uneducated. Islam is depicted as a "mystical" religion, one which has absolutely nothing in common with the modern world. Jaafar Idris shows how this idea coudn't be further from the truth. At the same time however, he stresses the importance of remembering the one who actually created science in the first place: Allah (subhanahu wa ta'ala).

Dr. Jafaar Sheikh Idris authored many articles and research papers. He visited many countries around the world where he lectured in Arabic and English. He was born on 15th June 1931 in Port Sudan, Sudan. He grew up in the city of Port Sudan where he completed his elementary and secondary school. In addition to the modern school system, he studied Quran in traditional Quranic schools. He also studied Fiqh, Hadith and Arabic Language under traditional teachers in the city and studied Aqeedah with "Ansar al-Sunnah" group. After that he joined University of Khartoum where he completed his education and traveled to London for postgraduate studies.He obtained his Ph.D. (Philosophy), from the University of Khartoum/University of London, 1970. The topic of his Ph.D. thesis was "The Concept of the causality in Islam".

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Islamization of the Sciences by Jafaar Idris

Mainstream media depicts Islam as a backward religion whose followers are uneducated. Islam is depicted as a "mystical" religion, one which has absolutely nothing in common with the modern world. Jaafar Idris shows how this idea coudn't be further from the truth. At the same time however, he stresses the importance of remembering the one who actually created science in the first place: Allah (subhanahu wa ta'ala).

Dr. Jafaar Sheikh Idris authored many articles and research papers. He visited many countries around the world where he lectured in Arabic and English. He was born on 15th June 1931 in Port Sudan, Sudan. He grew up in the city of Port Sudan where he completed his elementary and secondary school. In addition to the modern school system, he studied Quran in traditional Quranic schools. He also studied Fiqh, Hadith and Arabic Language under traditional teachers in the city and studied Aqeedah with "Ansar al-Sunnah" group. After that he joined University of Khartoum where he completed his education and traveled to London for postgraduate studies.He obtained his Ph.D. (Philosophy), from the University of Khartoum/University of London, 1970. The topic of his Ph.D. thesis was "The Concept of the causality in Islam".

Listen to an audio sample:

 

 

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